ShareVault Review

Learn more about ShareVault's virtual data room for small businesses and individuals. Includes info on ShareVault, free trials, pricing, and FAQs.

Updated on January 27th, 2020

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ShareVault is a cloud-based virtual data room for law firms and their clients. ShareVault provides the ultimate peace of mind by offering document security with features like remote shredding, secure printing, dynamic watermarking, and many others. Excellent reporting tools and analytics ensure you always know who is viewing your documents.

Pricing:

Plan

Pricing

ShareVault Trial (10-day)

$0.00

ShareVault Express

Available on request

ShareVault Pro

Available on request

ShareVault
Review:

Pros: Comprehensive document protection and management. Powerful reporting tools and analytics. Remote shredder. Mobile apps for Android and iOS.

Cons: No 24/7 support via email. No prices listed on the website.

Bottomline: Feature-rich virtual data room with great integration options.

Key Information:

Legal Name

ShareVault

Founder

Richard Andersen

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2003

Address

16795 Lark Avenue Suite 210 Los Gatos, CA 95032

Number of Employees

27

Number of Customers

100000

Email

support@sharevault.net

Telephone

1 (408) 717-4955

Website

https://www.sharevault.com/

FAQs:

What is ShareVault?

ShareVault is a web-based virtual data room designed for law firms and their clients. They provide excellent document protection. Features include secure printing, watermarking, disabling print, save, copy/paste and screenshot functionality, as well as reverse IP lookup.

How much does ShareVault cost?

ShareVault does not list pricing on their website, but you can contact them to request prices.

Is there a free trial available?

Yes, you can sign up for their 10-day free trial or request a demo.

Customer Reviews:

Mike Poe

Reviewed: May 29, 2012

Source: Proformative

I've used ShareVault in the recent past. After a few technical glitches that were fixed by their Tech Support staff, it worked very well. Their system appears very secure, and I liked its access control and usage tracking features.

Cyclops116

Reviewed: Jul 20, 2019

Source: Spiceworks

We have a local install of Liquidfiles and when we work with banks for due diligence we use Sharevault which is Sharefile's big brother.

Both are auditable but Sharevault gives very granular controls down to blocking screen caps and printing. It costs a crap load more than the standard file vaults. I think we paid $11k a year for 5GB of storage and unlimited users, but it makes the accountants happy